Title: The conspiracy of Pontiac : and the Indian war after the conquest of Canada / v.2
Author: Parkman, Francis, 1823-1893.
Publication Info: Boston : Little, Brown and Company, 1870.
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Chapter XVIII. 1763. Frontier Forts and Settlements.
• ...perity and cultivation. Two roads led from Fort Pitt to the settlements, one of which was cut by General Braddock in his disastrous march across the mountains, from Cumberland, in the year 1755. Th ...
Chapter XXII. 1763. Desolation of the Frontiers.
• ...an that of the Back Inhabitants, whose Terrors, at this Time, exceed what followed on the Defeat of General Braddock, when the Frontiers lay open to the Incursions of both French and Indians." / ...
Chapter XXVI. 1764. Bradstreet's Army on the Lakes.
• ...s. On the fifth day, they met an Indian mounted on a handsome white horse, said to have belonged to General Braddock, and to have been captured at the defeat of his army, nine years before. On the mor ...
• ...ns afterwards refused to meet the Governor and Commissioners till I was sent for. At the arrival of General Braddock, I received his Commission with reluctance, at the same time assuring him that aflh ...